Word of the day: abut

ABUT

This word is also courtesy of Berstein’s book.  Can you tell I’m still at the beginning?

“Abut” is a funny word. For me. It means bordering or touching. The journalism and business offices abut on the second floor of Murphy.

This post is short. Again. I’m very sorry. I have my first class tomorrow and I should get some sleep. I should have lots to report in 24 hours!

Published by Emilee Lindner

I’m a writer, cat fancier and lover of all things autumn.

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